He's no Tony Soprano.
The Baco Mercat chef sets his sights on a third Downtown restaurant.
Not as successful as the Nutella thieves.
Two women claim to have been drugged and raped by staff members at "The World's Best Gay Bar" in 2011.
After a shooting last fall, the bar went dark, but now it's back.
The police captain is urging bars in Old City to stop busing in rowdy, college-aged kids.
You can't dust for vomit, but you can test backwash for DNA.
The guy who destroyed six vintages of pricey Brunello wine will get prison time.
David Viens was denied a request for a retrial, along with the heinous crime he previously confessed to.
Someone turn this into a movie.
Lunch trucks were threatened with violence and death if they refused to pay "rent."
Reports indicate one of the victims was a relative of the owner's.
Roughly two dozen gang members were taken down in a plot to extort loncheros.
The new Valencia outpost of Curry Up Now had a couple of windows smashed in the other night, in an incident that calls to mind last spring's pre-May Day march down Valencia that resulted in multiple restaurants getting hit. "Really?"...
A grisly fight at Sam's Hofbraus ended when a man slammed his car into two patrons.
Police are now dusting empty booze bottles found in the rig's cab for fingerprints in an attempt to identify the driver.
Woman Who Stole Two Police Cars and Led Cops on a High-Speed Multi-State Chase Used to Work at P.Y.T.
Was the Piazza built on top of a lodestone that attracts those prone to high crimes and controversy?
Also, there's a Chinese restaurant called "Face" coming to Santa Monica.
Scott Frederick Salyer's widespread scams boosted his profits while embroiling companies like Frito-Lay and Kraft in his downfall.